Let the taste of Brazil simmer in your home all day. When you're ready, spoon out this hot, hearty stew and count down the days till Festival.
Pork chops coated in dry stuffing mix and served with canned turkey gravy make for a flavorful and easy meal ready in just half an hour!
Pork chops cooked in cream of mushroom soup is certainly a classic. The flavor of ranch dressing improves upon the classic in this easy dinner recipe.
Nicely seasoned pork loin chops are floured and seared, then served with a mustard-spiked gravy with caramelized onion in this tasty and simple dinner.
Can you really have a one-pot pork chop meal ready in only 20 minutes? You sure can, and it tastes pretty good too!
You know about country/chicken fried steak, right? Well, why not just substitute some good pork chops and do them up the same way? This is the same recipe with the same crunchy crust as my country fried steak, complete with the gravy. You can always double the gravy portion of this recipe to use on accompanying mashed spuds or for some biscuits.
Easy pork chops bathe in delicious Mexican spices in this easy lunch dish.
An easy idea for different pork chops--this simple blue cheese sauce you can make while the chops broil.
No dessert necessary. Not with the extra sweetness in this skillet dinner--not just from sweet potatoes, but from pineapple and brown sugar.
Overwhelmed with extra tortillas? This easy recipe turns them into breading for simple pork chops. Clear the fridge and fill your stomach.
Pork chops with a sweet/savory mix in every single bite. The savory comes from Worcestershire sauce, the sweet from a stiff dose of honey.
The perfect Mexican flavor combination: Lime and chili powder. These easy grilled pork chops have a heavy dose of both.
Every bite a cheesy, crunchy and flavorful one with these easy pork chops.
A simple, quick way to cook up boneless pork loin chops for you and your special friend. Just brown 'em and cook 'em in a flavorful sauce of white wine and shallots. Date night done.
Fall flavors unite in these warming and simple pork chops served with a maple syrup sauce.
Everyone can agree with booze, herbs, cream and meat. This dish with the classy name is a perfect pick for dinner with your special friend.
An amazing flavor blend in every bite--even more amazing since this takes only a few minutes to cook. Pork chops are braised in a broth of wine and garlic. Then you finish up by making a mustardy/buttery/savory sauce to pour over.
Who wants to be inside a Chinese restaurant on a gorgeous summer day? This is the classic Northern Chinese dish re-imagined for summer grilling.